Here is the exterior of the home!
In this photo you can see the bay window which is causing a lot of the issues.
The Bay Window
Here is a head on shot of the bay window which is causing our problem.
The Area of Concern
The first place where we will insulate the window, is in the eaves below. This is what we are looking at in this photo.
Once we have opened up the eaves and removed any old insulation, we will spray the the inside with spray foam to insulate it.
Now the Top
Once the bottom is insulated, we will open up the top and do the same.
On to the Attic
Once we have insulated the window, we can move up to the attic. Before we can put in new insulation, we have to take out the old. What you see here is the old insulation.
Once the old insulation is cleared out, it is time to air seal all of the points of air leakage. The orange lining you see on the ground is ZypFoam which will seal all of the cracks in the attic to insulate it.
The big plastic things are air baffles which will ensure that no air is coming in from outside.
Once everything is air sealed, it is time to bring in the primary insulation. This thick grey fully stuff all over the floor is Tru-Soft blow-in insulation. This state-of-the-art patent protected technology will keep your home exactly the temperature you set the thermostat to.